The Wind Weaver Story
On beautiful Vancouver Island you can hear the ethereal and haunting sounds of the Native American Flute weaving its way into and around the magical sounds of an acoustic guitar as Wind Weaver performs their unique blend of music.
Terry Mack, Native American Flute Player and Paul Bezooyen, acoustic guitar player form this unique duo.A serendipitous opportunity to jam together resulted in an incredible synergy unfolding between the two unique writing and playing styles of both artists.
Terry’s music honors the traditional style of the Native American Flute beautifully, however her music also pushes beyond, delving into a wide range of genres including folk, Celtic, medieval and Jazz. Terry has been inspired by Mary Youngblood, Mark Holland and Autumn’s Child, Scott August and R. Carlos Nakai. Terry travels to Native American Flute Festivals throughout North America. Back in Canada she introduces the beautiful sound of Native American Flute music to everyone.
Paul is a veteran songwriter who throughout his career has written for television and other audio visual productions. He has released several solo CD’s. Paul’s guitar style and lyrics are heavily influenced by Joni Mitchell and Bruce Cockburn. With these and other talented artists as inspiration Paul has crafted a very personal style of his own.
This collaboration of musical exploration and experimentation between Terry and Paul has blossomed into the duo “Wind Weaver”. Paul and Terry have been happily creating music together since 2009.
Their first CD Wild Threads was nominated for Instrumental CD of the year for the 2010 Vancouver Island Music Awards.
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Terry and Paul have now released Discovering Eden, A DVD, CD combination.